What is ADA Website Compliance?
ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act and your website has to abide by Title 3 of that Act to be compliant.
Without applying the required standards within it, your website is likely to be inaccessible to users with disabilities. If this is the case, it also makes you a really easy target for lawsuits.
Without adding accessibility software, like our easy to install widget, you will have to do human, manual auditing of your website and code remediation in order to correct errors. This could take weeks or months of work, plus you’ll need the experience and know how of coding.
This is not a set it and forget it either! Anytime you make changes to your website or the standards change, or court rulings change, etc. you have to continually audit and remediate your website.
If you want to do this manually, you can read the WCAG standards by clicking here or download our free eBook which outlines all the different options that can be changed, plus a link to our free short course on the basics of web accessibility.
If you don’t have the time or experience to do this manually, with our software installed on your site, you won’t have to worry about updates to your site, our code will take care of it for you, so you’ll always be up-to-date!
To find out how accessible your website is currently, just type your website address in the box below you will receive a free audit and we’ll let you know how we can help you activate ADA on your site.